TRENTON, N.J. (CBS/AP) — Utility companies in New Jersey are reporting that thousands of customers are still without electricity one day after a powerful winter storm packing high wind and snow battered the state.

But officials say most of them should have their power back sometime by Sunday night. And all service should be restored by late Sunday night.

Atlantic City Electric says around 650 customers are without power, half of them being in Cape May County. The outages stretch from Barnegat Beach south to Cape May.

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Jersey Central Power & Light says around customers are without power, with outages concentrated along the coast from Long Branch to near Barnegat Beach.

Governor Chris Christie declared a state of emergency Friday night in New Jersey.

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